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    November 2, 2013
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. >> now on abc 7 news. new details on why a man opened fire inside the los angeles airport. the handwritten letter that holds some clues. >> a challenging situation for firefighters in san francisco. take a look at this thick fog with gusty wins.
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what's going with the weather? lee glasser is tracking doppler hd. . >> we are learning more today about the moments of panic and fear at lax. the suspect accused of opening fire inside the airport left a note describing his motivation. hello. we begin with new details in the shooting at lax. terminal three where the shooting happened just reopened a few hours ago around 1:00. there now increased police on watch at the airport curb at los angeles international. the suspect, paul ciancia is in critical condition. he suffered wounds to the legs and head making it difficult for investigators to get information from him. abc news reporter has more from
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los angeles. >> lax is returning to normal. >> the question remains. why did he do it? police say 23-year-old paul ciancia brought a rifle and 100 rounds of ammunition to los angeles airport. this tmz video shows frantic passengers freeing terminal 3. they say he pulled the rifle from his back and opened fire at a security check point. one officer was killed and two others wounded. >> one guy. a single man with a gun demonstrated the worst of human nature. >> those who could ran. others huddled in the bathroom stalls. >> i was scared that maybe he was going to come towards me and my husband. >> police stepped in, shooting him four times before taking him into custody. law enforcement sources said he carried a note expressing anger and frustration at the tsa. the slain officer, 39-year-old gerardo hernandez is the first
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in tsa history to die in the line of duty. the father of two was always watching out for others and worried for them when his own home was robbed. >> he said be careful because people came in my house and got all kinds of stuff. i was told you have kids of him. it was nice of him. >> his brother indicated he received a text that he might do harm to himself. they spoke to his roommate and reported back that everything appears to be okay. abc news, los angeles. >> flight delays and cancellations continue. here in the bay area eight arriving plights were canceled. more than 1500 flights were affected by the shooting and investigation impacting 250,000 passengers so far. passengers flying 2 los angeles may experience delays and should
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check flight status before heading to the airport. a new details about the shooting suspect. 23-year-old paul ciancia. an unemployed motorcycle mechanic who moved to l.a. less than two years ago and carried at least five full 30-round magazines of ammunition and dressed in fatigues. he had a one-page handwritten note that said he wanted to kill tsa employees and pigs. the notes referred to how he believed his constitutional rights were being violated by searches and he was upset at former homeland security secretary janet thnapolitano. you can download the ap for free at abc 7 news.com. >> the shooting is making this weekend's gun show more controversial at the cow palace. this is the first since governor brown vetoed the bill that would have banned all gun shows at the
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venue. they were glad today's show was allowed. >> ammunition is limited and reloading is a hobby for me. it's fun. as well as shooting. i target shoot and practice. it's a fun hobby. >> i love these gun shows. every time they have them here i come up and support and buy ammunition. i target practice a lot. it's important for them to have different types of guns around and stuff. >> organizers say gun shows generate about $1 million across the state. >> in other news, the labor dispute between bart and the two largest unions is officially over. the offers meat by bart societies as they receive a 15.4% increase and there will be opportunities for bonuses of up to $1,000. for the first time they will have to contribute to pensions and pay more for medical insurance and they have safer
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working conditions. the president said the tough negotiations has affected their relationship with management. >> the relationship has been severely strained. in some cases broken. that's tough. it's going to be very hard. this is my seventh contract and there is always a sort of disagreement. it goes on that this is by far the worst i have seen. >> brian said acu members improved by a significant members and 80% approved it. bart management said the deem stream lines cost. >> it allows us to better control our scheduling and our attendance at bart and overtime cost and make changes to the equipment and technology to run a better bart, something we haven't been able to do in a long time. >> negotiations began in april. there were two strikes in the process. parts of the bay area are under
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wind advisory and we had lie level fog out there. take a look at the camera out towards san francisco. the bay bridge is shroud in the thick blanket of fog. lee blasser joins us with an update on the wind and fog. >> let's look at live doppler with a very weak cold front making its way from north to south. we have an increase in moisture out there. low clouds and fog and high clouds that have continued to move across the bay area today. we will be on the back side of this front tonight and that's when the wind advisory goes into play. they begin tonight at 11:00 and runs through 7:00 monday. we can experience 45 to 50 miles per hour mainly the tier terrain and north bay mountains and east bay hills as well as santa mountains and possibility of downed tree says and power lines. surface winds starting to pick
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up out of the north. novato up to 22 miles per hour. you see that santa rosa is updated to a gust of 22 and 38 in napa and the higher elevations over those mountain tops, we do have gusts to 15. gusts to 18 and 22 mile per hour gusts. we will see big changes tomorrow and take a look at the seven-day forecast coming up. >> lee, thank you. the thick fog and terrain hampered efforts on san francisco's twin peeks. this is video you will see only on abc 7 news. reported just before 10:00 next to laguna honda hospital. the flame burned just 100 feet away from dozens of apartments. firefighters managed to put it out before buildings were damaged. >> we go around the corner there and flame were going up and they were huge.
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it's scary. the city was thick flame. >> a firefighter had a minor injury. the san francisco beekeeper's association keeps the calling in the area. it was not damaged by the fire. >> happening now, friends and family of a santa rosa teen who died after being shot by a sheriff's deputy are gathering to say thank you to the community for support. 13-year-old andy lopez was shot while holding a gun that looked like an ak-47 and it was a toy gun. cornell bernard is live in santaa with more on the gathering. cornell? >> reporter: the neighborhood gathering is just getting under way on this vacant lot. this is where of course sandy lopez was shot and killed. this is a pot lick and we are told everyone is invited. thank you to the community for support during a difficult time. donations to the family are welcome. meantime, memorial for andy
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lopez continues to grow and many bring flowers and candles. lopez was killed october 22nd shot by sheriffs deputy eric gale house who believed he was carrying an assault rifle that turned out boob a bb gun. police say he fired on the teen after he was ordered to drop the gun and did not. organizers hope it's a chance for the community to heal. >> you come and be with the family and support them for the loss. >> i just wanted to show my support for the family. hope that some changes are made. >> the lopez family has just arrived here. we can come back out live and just arrived and paying respects at their son's shrine that has been set up here. an investigation by the santa
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rosa police and on monday the lopez family will file a lawsuit in district court contenting that he was shot without reasonable cause. >> a man has been shot in oakland. a media partner reports that the 31-year-old man is in critical condition. it started on piedmont avenue. a gunman takes the victim where he was shot in front of a kaiser hospital building. the search for the gunman continues today. last saturday a man was shot and wounded as he was leaving the same bar. >> now we are going to an fbi news conference on the shooting
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at lax. >> the support of the complaint which describes the fatal shooting of an on duty tsa officer and the wounding of two uniformed on duty tsa employees when the passenger all of whom sustained gunshot wounds. specifically we allege that at approximately 9:20 a.m., the defendant entered terminal and approached the tsa check point. he is alleged to have pulled a smith and wesson mp 15 assault rifle out of his bag and multiple rounds. standing on duty and in uniform, severely wounding officer hernandez. then alleged to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officer going up an escalator and then coming back
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down the escalator to return and shoot the wounded officer again. officer hernandez was fatally wounded in the gunfire. the defendant then moved -- >> again you are taking a listen into this fbi news conference in los angeles about the lax shooting yesterday. the fbi is updating the situation that unfolded and we always have the latest on abc 7 news.com. if we are not on the air, follow us on twitter at abc 7 news bay area. a group of college students and other volunteers are taking a hands on approach to try to save a school. up next, the billion dollar project they took on to keep san francisco city college operating. >> a halloween candy
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members of the city college of san francisco rolled up their sleeves to help the school with an a fredtation problem. the problem was deferred maintenance according to the we are ccsf alliance. the college has a billion dollars worth of it. they were washing windows and doing recycling to try to keep their campus open. >> we are low on custodians and
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gardeners etc. the trash needs to get picked up. the students deserve a nice place to go to school. >> the community college accreditation commission has a list of over 300 items they need to get fixed to maintain accreditation. they have enrollment of 80,000 full and part-time students. they have a july 2014 deadline. we fall back this weekend. daylight savings time ends tomorrow at 2:00 a.m. so we can get an extra hour of is sleep. set your clocks back an hour before you go to bet tonight to make sure you are okay all sunday. for the latest on weather, sunday weather will bring that. >> temperatures were down as much as 6 degrees. thanks to a cold front that brought us all the high clouds across the bay area. continuing to do so right now. once the front passes to the
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south of us, higher pressure has been set up and that will generate strong winds developing tonight. mainly the higher terrain and already the surface winds will pick up with gusts in the north bay over 20 miles per hour. check out napa to 38. we have gusts to 32. sfo. not so bad right now for the livermore valley area with the same winds at 10 miles per hour. the winds will pick up when advisories beginning at 11:00 tonight stays in place until monday morning. mainly the higher elevations is where we will see the highest impact with gusts anywhere from 45 to 55 miles per hour and north bay and east bay hills and diablo range and santa cruz mountains. there could be the possibility of downed trees as well as power lines. we will keep that in check for you. the tower cam showing you the high clouds over the bay area. 58 in san francisco.
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74 degrees and half moon bay and east bay came for mount diablo. concord is 73 degrees. here is a look even in san jose from the high clouds as well. here's a look at the forecast highs. time to fall back. set the clock back an hour and it's cool and breezy for sunday. we go back to standard time. it's a good idea to set the clocks back one hour. here is the k0e8d front making its way across the bay area. once this moves through, high pressure will set up and that is definitely what will bring us gusty winds out of the north. throughout the night, the front pushes towards the south and by tomorrow afternoon the winds will really start to pick up and cooler air will settle in behind
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the cold front. overnight lows generally in the upper 30s to low 40s in the north bay. elsewhere we look for windy conditions and temperatures in the mid- to upper 40s highs tomorrow with the wind and also some of the cloud cover and cooler air mass moving south. only really the 60s. mid- to upper 50s at the coast. 58 degrees and 56 for santa rosa. oakland 55. 58 for livermore and we will continue with the high and mid-level clouds around the way area. the next few days, the seven-day forecast you can see for yourself that we will start to warm up slightly as we head to monday and tuesday and wednesday back into the low 70s inland. 60s around the bay. thursday a slight chance of showers. check out the temperatures by next friday. they take a dive. only mid 50s at the coast and low 60s inland.
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>> thank you so much, lee. here's your man having a tough go of it. >> it's tough being a cow fan. trying to win the first conference game. the first half on the way to winning the losses.
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cal on the mat and the end zone. the end zone with the safety in arizona. wildcats early in the second. up the middle for nate phillips. 21 yards and 19-7, arizona. look one way and goes the other. 17 yards for the first career shut down and cal down at halftime. he takes it in himself and second rushing td of the game. cal never quits. still in the third and makes a spectacular one-handed catch. another play face. for the third time in the game, completely full defense. 261 yards in the air and 44 on the ground. the nail in the coffin going to the end zone. second pick of the game and the expression says it all. 1-8 and 0-6 with a 33-28 loss to
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arizona. san jose state and unlv with 13 yards to chandler jones. gets his foot down. the tenth catch of the year. later in the quarter. halloween is over, but san jose has tricks up their sleeves. hands off and billy freeman to third yards to kyle nun. looks like they are going to win it 34-24 the final. picking off the quarterback and 33-yard pick 6. buckeyes off and running. inflict it to brown. the buckeyes got the 56-0 win. the 21st straight victory.
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a brief time out with the championship. a two-man lead. he was looking for the first win of the year and should be an entering weekend to thosuffered in silence...
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[ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop. for the swab cub championship battling for the final trovey and the final point final. two days of sunshine. that is the to have the shot and
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rolls into 17. seven under par. he has to win the event and miss the top five. there shots along the line and hit the flag. u.s. par for the whole. he is having his way at harding. he rolled in four birdies on the day with this one on 14. he is 15 under five shots with perry and langer tied for seven at seven under. they have a look at the eagle on 14. 963 on the day and three back. he is running away with the first event of the season. ten birdies on the day. that will show the lead through 17th and through 18th, the shot. he finds the drink and double bogeys. six under 66 and 18 under on the tournament. he that is going into sunday's final round. for the third time in years, the boston red sox celebrated a
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world series championship. the green monster with the team righting on 25 amphibious duck boats. they won at fenway last wednesday. the first world series clinch at fenway in 90 years. >> more football and the game of the day third ranked and florida state. also undefeated miami. stick around. we will see you a little later.
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>> new information just in about the shooting at l.a. international airport. the suspect remains in critical condition and is charged with murder of a several officer. they shot him several times and arrested him. the san francisco office is, sifting in the investigation. ciancia pulled out an ar 15 assault rifle and shot three tsa officers. gerardo hernandez was killed. he is the father of two who worked for the tsa since 2010. his wife talked publicly for the first time this afternoon. >> less than 30 hours after this incident this airport is going to be fully functional. that is a remarkable achievement.
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>> we apologize we didn't have the wife's sound for you there. they didn't finish processing the scene until 10:00 this morning. ciancia is still unresponsive. it caused at least eight cancellations between lax and the bay area today. they reported the shooting early yesterday on twitter. you can follow us on abc 7 news the bay area. >> a new problem for fire victims burned out of a complex much the owner of the complex are not allowing residents to go back into the building to get belongings. the home is badly damaged and may be toxic following the october 17th fire. they are offering to help residents get only a few boxes of belongings out of the building. four people were injured and the fire appears to be accidental. information am campaign kicked off to et kad park residents about mosquitos that spread
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nello fever. no illnesses associated have been reported in california, but the insect has been spotted in menlo park. officials and volunteers went door-to-door handing out information about ways to prevent the spread of the mosquito. tomorrow portions of highway 101 in novato will be closed in the morning hours. they will close sections of 101 by rowland boulevard in 15 minute intervals between 2:00 and 9:00 a.m. that's to allow pge and to install new power lines. >> voters can drop off their vote by mail ballots. there will be curbside drop off in every city hall entrance. they will be open from 10:00 to 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 to 5:00 monday and 7:00 to 8:00 on tuesday which is election day. investigators are waiting for the results of a blood test, but
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it appears tainted halloween candy sent a woman on an unaccounted active trip. there was a teeny hole in this wrapper. north salinas police said the candy was given to a 16-month-old trick or treater, but the girl's mother ate it and almost immediately felt sick. they believe some kind of drug like lsd was fuel-injected into the chocolate. >> i almost shutter to think what would have happened to my niece. it would have been far too strong of a dosage for a toddler. >> police believe it was an isolated incident and they are looking for who might have tainted the candy. police remind parents to check their children's halloween candy. a few months after lululemon pulled yoga pants from the stores, customers complain they are having holes or seems come
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apart and little fuzzies on the fabric. they have complaints the pants are still too sheer. lululemon stopped selling the pants and changed the fabric after complaints that they were see through. the pants can cost more than $100. lululemon stock closed down nearly 2%. >> a skydive with a twist has gone viral. we will show you ahead. a development the french may find hard to swallow. i shift in a global wine industry and why you can expect to pay more for the bottle. an unexpected ending to ia mascot who gives basketball fans a scare. see what happens to rockies. heading outside, it is windy in some areas. get ready for a dip in temperatures. find out how
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he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] make dinner pop! so i should probably get the last roll... yeah but i practiced my bassoon. [ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop.
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everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. to those who've encountered welcome to covered california. new, affordable health plans so you can be ready for whatever comes your way. enroll today at coveredca.com. >> it has been a sour week for wine lovers. talk of a global shortage has been making headlines. no need to panic just yet. we checked in with experts and found while prices may be going up a little bit, it's not for the reasons you probably think. >> from new jersey tow napa valley, americans are glowing, storing and drinking. >> i think people are feeling comfortable with having a glass or two or three.
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any day of the week. >> at wine shops and vineyards, business is better than ever. >> wine is hot in the u.s. the united states is set to overtake france to become the world's number one market for wine. >> they reported for the financial times said it's part of a global shift. >> in the big old european wine country, it has been plummeting. but to counter balance that in the united states and in china, wine is being very desirable. >> there have been reports to a global shortfall. robinson believes they are exaggerate and she goes to prices for consumers. >> here on average, you are looking at the headlines and thinking what should be your take away? >> your take away should be i have been very lucky for the last ten years to be able to buy wine reasonably inex-penively.
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maybe i will have to pay more in the future. i don't think it's because there is a shortage. i think growers have not been rewarded properly. >> that means price hikes. at the end of the day, it's all about that little reward. >> there were 300 million cases down 5% from the year before. it's the lowest self since the 1960s. they claimed bad weather in argentina and france. >> the new eastern span of the bay bridge had their share of headlines. they are taking back the lime light. here's a live look at the bay bridge. it doesn't look different, but if you love the bay lights, there is more to love. the bay lights will glimmer from dusk until dawn. the nonprofit group that produces the light show extended the hours to make sure they are always on. the 25,000 led lights shut off at 2:00 a.m.
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artist leo dereal has programmed new sequences for the extended hours. appetites for electronics are as healthy as ever. the consumer electronics association estimates we will spend $6.5 billion on tech devices just during the holiday season. that's about 3% more than last year. what can we possibly want that we don't already have? we have the answer. >> jim barry of the consumer electronics organization is showing a way to listen to music. it's called the sound box. >> it starts at under $40. >> it's a wireless speaker that being looks like a kid's store. so light you can take it anywhere. pull out your ear buds and let everyone hear your tunes. >> there will be a lot of folks giving or getting wireless speakers or wireless head sets
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for the music they carry around on one of the smart phones or tablets. >> he shows us the wireless head phones called aftershocks. you wear them in front of your ears. sound is conducted through the bone so you can hear what's around you. they cost about $100. >> if you want to listen through a head set, you can hear what's going on around you and still hear the music. >> this year there more choices for phones and tablets and while they are getting thinner and lighter, little screens are also expanding. >> a lot of folks like that bigger screen. >> this is a show called travellet, a blend of aphobe and tablet. it has a five-inch screen and sells for $99 with the two-year contract or $44 by itself. >> a lot of people thought they were too big for a phone, but they are selling millions. >> another popular buy, covers and protects, but let you use
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the touch screen. this is water proof. the cost? about $3. this tablet is wearing the life proof case that protects against water and cracks. >> you will see the tablets and the smart phones and the games and the tvs. >> what do we want this year? here's what the survey found. they put computers at the top of their wish list and next is laptops and flat panel tvs. number one with teen, video game consoles. number two, smart phones. three, laptops. however the survey said we may not get all we wish for. here's what we plan to give to others. number one on the buy list is head phones. gadget cases came in second and tablet computers are third. smart phones. just 19% plan to buy their kids the video game consoles. >> this was the 20th annual consumer electronics survey. to show how far we have come, here's what made the wish list
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20 years ago. we wanted i color tv. cd-rom, cordless phone and a vcr. remember those? 7 yo your side. >> phone his cords? i'm only kidding. there will be a solar eclipse early tomorrow morning and no matter where you are in the world, you will be able to see it thanks to the internet. it will be visible on the eastern seaboard in southern europe and africa. here in the bay area there is the internet if you want to see it live. an astronomer in kenya is planning to stream the events at 3:45 a.m. pacific time. we is a link on abc 7 news.com. click it on see it on tv. we have to have another check on the weather. it was breezy in spots. >> it was very breezy in some spots. it will get windy overnight. we are showing you the high clouds and the cold front that is slowly making its way towards
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the bay area bringing a cooler air mass and the high clouds. take i look thea the wind gusts right now and mainly higher elevations. the winds are the same at 10 miles per hour. check out the gusts. novato is 22 and 38 in napa. 32 at sfo and eight miles per hour in san jose. we do have a wind advisory in place that begins tonight at 11:00. it stays in place until monday at 7:00 a.m. we are looking for the higher elevations with gusts to 45 plus miles per hour. that is north bay mountains and diablo and santa cruz mountains. any time you get the same winds or gusts that high, there could be the potential for possible downed trees as well as power lines. we will keep you updated on this. you can see from the mountain cam, it is bobbling a little bit as the north winds are picking up. 58 and 59 in san jose.
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from the tower cam, low clouds have moved on out. high clouds out there. napa 56 and 70s today. here's the forecast. it does include the wind advisory overnight and as we had time to fall back one hour. we will be returning to standard time and a cooler day for sunday and a bit on the breezy side. this is the weekend. clocks go back one hour and the best way is before you go to sleep. push the clocks back one hour. this is the cold front that is bringing high clouds. we will be on the back side overnight and that's when the strong north winds will start to pick up. it will bring us a pretty cool air mass as well.
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most of them will take place over the higher elevations. cool in the north bay upper 30 said to near 40. some locations if you are in the 40s last night. low 40s are a little bit warmer. they will keep the air mass a little bit on the warm side. winds will be on the north. santa rosa is 63 and 63 for san francisco. 67 for san jose. taking a look ahead at the seven-day forecast. it will warm up tuesday and wednesday. >> we need it. >> it's something you have to see to believe.
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a skydiver makes a landing. how did they maneuver the fall from the sky? we spoke to the fearless flyer. >> a dizzying decent. making spirals in the sky for a truly death-defying challenge. sticks her landing in a movable car. a set in the sky. it seemed nearly impossible. they were flying between 20 and 40. the driver carefully matching the speed and just as she approaches, it looks like she is not going to make it, but with a last second swoop. a flawless touchdown. >> i was pretty nervous, but definitely focused. >> look at the precision and though she has done it a million times. this was her first try. >> i was so happy when i made it.
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everything lined up perfectly. >> hanson, a nurse from northern california made the dive this summer at an extreme sports event in norway. she posted online a few days ago and it's sky roblthing. abc news, new york. >> want to see something else impressive. cirque du soleil for farm animals. getting ready for the spotlight. they are among the attractions at the 91st royal agriculture winter fare in toronto. the butter sculpting contest and the vegetable competition. there lots of animals involved including nearly 900 horses that take part in the royal horse show. the denver nuggets mascot had a rocky entrance last night. he was being rollered as an announcer introduced the team. from the start he is not too animated. the character dropped to the floor and he never moved when
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his legs finally touched down. they collapsed under him. right there. apparently the concern inside the costume became dizzy and passed out. the crowd freaked out as you can imagine. he left the game and is doing much better today. wow. >> we have sports. >> the cal bears put up a fight trying to win the first conference game. kenny lawler has the young bears and teant find a way t
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to be a cal football fan, we haven't seen such a lack luster year since 2001 when they finished 1-10.
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looking to end the bears's 6th game. the first quarter tied at and cal on nine. throwing it away in the end zone with the intentional grounding and that's a safety. the quarterback rolls out and up the middle to nate phillips. he lost in 21 yards. kenny lawler with 17 yards for a first career touchdown. lawler not done. he takes it with the second rushing touchdown. spectacular catch and catches on today. bears down five and pumped up. for the third time of the game, fools cal defense. on the ground for him and the nail in the coffin. in the end zone picked off bite second pick of the game.
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cal falls to 1-8 and 0-6 in the play. a loss to arizona. san jose state unlv and 13 yards to chandler jones. got his foot down to the catch of the year. halloween is over and he feels trickery. hands off to billy freeman and throws it to kyle. 14-0, state. the party goes on to win it, 34-24 the final. 25th for notre dame with the navy. two td passes including the 36-yard shot to tj. 140 receiving yards and 18 catches. he avoids the upset with a 38-34 victory. 21 michigan and michigan state playing for the paul bunion trophy. right before the half, conor cook and fowler in the corner of the end zone. he puts the exclamation point
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and he sweeps to the left and there he goes. michigan state lays a beat down and it's 29-6, the final. the third ranked seminoles after the newscast if you missed the game. unveiling his actual seminoles jersey and a mel met from when he played in 1954. he was a quarterback. not much different from what i wore. and we break down the day in college football. we will see you then. only top five outside ohio tech. should be a great game. i am cheering for him. >> i pictured you in the opposite. >> a look at miami. that's later on. >> thank you and thank you for joining us. that does it for this edition. thank you for joining us and the college football game is next.
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